“The divided reactions to the cancellation of the Week 7 program reveal a growing polarization between different groups in Singaporean society with competing notions of what Singapore can and should look like.” Jia Qi and Daryl reckon with what public reactions to the cancelled LAB mean for Yale-NUS students and Singapore at large.
Yale-NUS has been through a lot in the last six years. Jia Qi summarizes.
Yale-NUS graduates earn more than their NUS and NTU counterparts with similar degrees. But they also pay more for tuition, so how does the math stack up? Jia Qi crunches some numbers to find out.
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